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Old 01-06-2010, 11:28 PM   #11
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i have a 1999 Bonneville and i have been looking everywhere for the size of the door tweeters ive heard everywhere from 3/4 to 7/8 and 2.5 can you guys please help me with what size it is and which tweeters would be the best thank you
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I'm trying to find the module that allows me to keep my steering wheel controls. I'm looking around on sonicelectronix and can't seem to find the exact one I need. Any help?
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Here'* one that says it will work with a Kenwood.

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_127SWIJ...K.html?tp=3405
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as long as your headunit has a remote you can use the PAC SWI-X
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Here'* one that says it will work with a Kenwood.

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as long as your headunit has a remote you can use the PAC SWI-X
thank you both. now I have a question. Which headunit would you recommend out of these two...Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X493 or Kenwood KDC-MP442U. I was leaning towards the X493.

Also, has anyone shopped at Sonicelectronix before? If so, how was your experience? Did you get what you ordered?
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I would go with the KDC-X493 because of the higher preamp output. Other than that they are basically the same.

I ordered some speakers from Sonicelectronix 2 years ago. I have nothing bad to say about them. The speakers I bought from there are still going fine.
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I would go with the KDC-X493 because of the higher preamp output. Other than that they are basically the same.

I ordered some speakers from Sonicelectronix 2 years ago. I have nothing bad to say about them. The speakers I bought from there are still going fine.
that'* what I said as well when I showed my friend both. lol. I thought so. I've heard some horror stories about them but I don't want to believe them. I'm planning on ordering all of my stuff, including my remote start/alarm from there. The Viper 5901 . lol. thanks for the suggestion
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Why don't you get a nice set of component speakers with passive crossovers and install them in your doors? When you take your door panel off there is a giant hole behind it that could damn near fit a 10" sub. The window doesn't roll down in that area. Most car audio junkies would kill for a giant open space like that to stuff 6" and 8" drivers in.
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Why don't you get a nice set of component speakers with passive crossovers and install them in your doors? When you take your door panel off there is a giant hole behind it that could damn near fit a 10" sub. The window doesn't roll down in that area. Most car audio junkies would kill for a giant open space like that to stuff 6" and 8" drivers in.
The speakers I'm looking into are component speakers. lol. They're Inifinity'*. I haven't even received the car yet, but when I do, I'm going to pop the panels off and see what I'm working with. Thanks for the heads up.
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